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Fall leaf, 60mm Macro
The busy shipping hub of Port Angeles, WA was originally called Puerto de Nuestra Seora de los ngeles (Port of Our Lady of the Angels) in 1791.  The town allegedly lays atop the largest prehistoric In
Walking through a airport I ended up behind this man. I imagined him traveling up the escalator to heaven. Then I created it using the clouds from my plane ride ahead. 40 layers later this appeared.
Foggy morning Hudson River Valley.
Reflection in a waterfalls pool. The grasping figures appear in the rocks, and if you look closely faces appear in the clouds as well.
Koi pond
RW 21-28B: Completed 10/01/1959. Uintah County, UT. 284,000+ barrels of oil to date from the Green River Formation.  Oil exploration and production have played a large role in the lives of those who h
Rodeo horse trainer
Freedom Fighter
There was a car for sale on the side of the road. This was on its antenna.
These futuristic looking picnic shelters are found in White Sands National Monument in New Mexico. The tin siding shields its inhabitants from a the harsh New Mexican sun while it is positioned high a
A group of cowgirls from Jackson, WY took their horse deep into the rugged peaks of the Wind River Range.  As they approach the famous Island Lake, Fremont Peak, Wyoming's third tallest peak, comes in
The under appreciated working man. This ongoing project features underappreciated workers. The school janitor keeps our kids healthy by keeping schools clean. Long hours, low pay and a huge contributi
Construction workers in New Orleans. All waiting in their own way. A moment caught as I turned the corner. Never again seen.
kayak floating in a lake. Sharing the space with a flock of geese and the wind. A perfect moment on a mirrored surface.
The Wild Ponies of Assateague Island
"Lucy"
"Poison Ivy" A concept of showing motion in a still image using layers and several photographs of the same subject.
"The under appreciated workman" a project Ive been working on for a long time. This women works for a plant farm which supplies farms across the country with veggie plants.
This pink stucco house located on "Mormon Row" outside of Jackson, WY belonged to homesteaders John & Bartha Moulton.  These Mormon homesteaders began to arrive in the area in the late 1800's and earl
Upper East Side Street Corner
The Wyoming traffic jam a/k/a the bison jam.  In Yellowstone National Park, the bison pay little attention to the boundaries put in place by humans.  We are on their turf and must yield to them.
Test hill sunset at Silver Lake Sand Dunes, MI
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
A group of cowgirls from Jackson, WY took their horse deep into the rugged peaks of the Wind River Range. As they approach the famous Island Lake, Fremont Peak, Wyoming's third tallest peak, comes in

A group of cowgirls from Jackson, WY took their horse deep into the rugged peaks of the Wind River Range. As they approach the famous Island Lake, Fremont Peak, Wyoming's third tallest peak, comes into view in the center.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 08.2013
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Date Uploaded: Sept. 4, 2013, 10:16 p.m.
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